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Immigration and a Secure Border

As many of you know, I am not a fan of building a wall on our Southern border. That being said, I'm not for open borders either and I'm definitely not for unsecured borders. I believe our borders are sovereign and I firmly believe we should know exactly who is in our Country. The reason I am not for a border wall is because I have seen with my own eyes the Berlin wall and the Eastern Bloc border. I have spoken with people that were on the other side of those walls and fences. I have spoken with families that were separated by those items. Everyone wants to point at walls as something we need to stop people from entering without realizing that the wall will stop only those few people that have no real desire to "break the law". The people that want a wall point to those places that have put them up and then post a statistic on how much it has helped. What they fail to state is that in most cases it had nothing to do with a wall, but rather, it was the presence of force that stopped their entry. The people that built the wall used the threat of force (mostly deadly force) to back up their previous action of building a wall. There are several reasons that I don't want a wall. One of them, as I said previously, is because I have seen how an authoritarian regime used it to imprison their people. Will that happen here in the US? I can only hope that it doesn't. Nonetheless, I don't want to give them that opportunity here in the US. Another reason is that we have become a knee jerk society and jump into something because we want to do something now or because we happen to like the person pressing the issue. Unfortunately, it is usually inefficient and almost always ineffective. In the case of a wall it will not rectify the problem because it won't address the underlying issues of why the illegal aliens are coming here. In another post, a person whose opinion I respect, asked me what my plan would be and encouraged me to express them in a post. So, these are my thoughts and opinions on how we should begin to deal with the illegal alien issues in the US. Please, keep in mind that I am not an authority on this subject; this is pretty much off the cuff if you will.

Step 1 (of 10)

Enforce current employment laws

When you start a new job, the employer is required by law to verify your birth certificate, social security number, and marriage license.

It's obvious this isn't happening because the illegal aliens are working somewhere. So, let's start by auditing all employers. We give them 30 days to verify current employees are legal. If they have not done the I-9 verification within that time. they get fined. This starts another 30 day cycle; if they haven't verified, they get fined again and an onsite audit is initiated.

If illegals are found or identified on the premises of a business, then their identity is identified through due process and the deportation process is started. If there are more than 10% that are illegal, then the owner, head of HR, and financial officer should be prosecuted. more


The Story of Our National Anthem

My Country ‘Tis of Thee

“America” is a patriotic hymn written by Samuel F. Smith in 1832, while a student at Andover Theological Seminary in Andover, Massachusetts. The melody had traveled around Europe in several variations, including “God Save the King.” Even Beethoven and Haydn had used the music in some of their own compositions. My Country ‘Tis of Thee (America) was the lyrical result of Samuel Smith’s drive to create a national hymn for the United States. In about 30 minutes on a rainy day, he wrote the now classic anthem. The first three verses encourage and invoke national pride, while the last verse was specifically reserved as a petition to God for His continued favor and protection of the United States of America.

"If we stuck to the Constitution as written, we would have: no federal meddling in our schools; no Federal Reserve; no U.S. membership in the UN; no gun control; and no foreign aid. We would have no welfare for big corporations, or the "poor"; no American troops in 100 foreign countries; no NAFTA, GAT, or "fast-track"; no arrogant federal judges usurping states rights; no attacks on private property; no income tax. We could get rid of most of the agencies, and most of the budget. The government would be small, frugal, and limited." ~Ron Paul


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